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G4 Blanco Tequila

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G4 BLANCO 750ml

Tasting notes : Nice minerality and forward aroma from rainwater distillation. Silky texture with slight heat. True agave, spicy, peppery, smooth and delicious with nice buttery notes and smoky elements. Complex, but pleasant sipping.

G4 Tequila is the pinnacle of Felipe Camarena’s mastery of tequila. Distilled with 50% harvested rainwater and 50% natural spring water, G4 has an aroma and taste that brings forward pure agave and a harmony with nature that isn’t found in any other tequila. Aficionados have been longing for it in the US, with more than a few making a pilgrimage to El Pandillo for a taste and to see the master at work. The Wait is Over.

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14 Reviews

  • 3
    G4 Blanco

    Posted by Corey Cornacchio on Nov 10th 2020

    Been wanting to try G4, not something I can easily get in North Carolina. Bought G4 and Siete Leguias in the same shipment. Both Blanco. The G4 had a little more of lighter feel in the mouth than the SL and it had more of a burn. I like drinking tequila neat or on ice and G4 I would prefer on the rocks vs the SL I would drink neat. G4 had a very long finish and I did enjoy it better than most of the standards I can get here in NC. My go to is still Fortaleza that I have to go to SC to get. The Siete gets closer to the Fortaleza for me than the G4.

  • 5
    Pure

    Posted by Unknown on Sep 16th 2020

    This Tequila tastes so good. You can tell how pure it is by how smooth and flavorful it is.

  • 4
    GREAT EXAMPLE OF TEQUILA GROWN FROM AGAVE IN THE HIGHLANDS

    Posted by Harry Sun on Aug 28th 2020

    Really solid example of a well-crafted blanco. Overall experience consists of nice floral aromas, good amount of agave, butter (because of the viscosity), and light spice with a little citrus. However, this is too middle-of-the-road among the top blancos to be a go-to for me.

    If you like floral, fruit and spices, then Volans does it better for me. They are similar and not surprising as they both come from the same distillery (NOM 1579). But for me, Volans does a better job highlighting those components. If you like lots of cooked agave, butter/olive/brine, stronger spices (e.g., pepper and cinnamon), and more herbs, then I would go with the Cascahuin Tahona or the Fuenteseca. The latter is not really a fair comparison because both the Cascahuin and Fuenteseca are higher proof. The higher alcohol content means that there is less water added, hence the stronger flavors.

    To be very, very clear. This is an awesome expression, but the tequila snob in me prefers the stronger flavors of the Cascahuin and Fuenteseca.

  • 5
    Best highlands blanco

    Posted by Andrew Myers on Jul 13th 2020

    Everything out of Pandillo is phenomenal. True to Agave and terroir. A purists treasure.

  • 5
    G4 Blanco

    Posted by Mark Mooney on Feb 6th 2020

    Probably my favorite Blanco for less than $50. Found it at my local supermarket for $40!

  • 2
    You either love it or hate it

    Posted by Orlando J Alaniz on Oct 17th 2019

    I know some people love this tequila, but to me it tastes too much like clay. So it's not for me.

  • 2
    Smells and tastes like dirt

    Posted by Orlando J Alaniz on Oct 11th 2019

    Smells like dirt. Starts out tasting smooth and slightly sweet. Goes down with moderate burn. Ends up tasting like dirt. Aftertaste of dirt lingers. Didn't like it.

  • 5
    Aroma: Hard to distinguish and doesn’t introduce the flavor. Taste: Soft upfront with a very colorful mouth. It doesn’t burn your throat and has a long, full finish. All the flavors are very pleasing to the palate.

    Posted by Steve and Molly on May 29th 2019

    High-end taste at a reasonable price.

  • 5
    G4

    Posted by Dusty Burton on Dec 30th 2018

    The tequilas that come from this distillery have some of the best flavors of any tequila. Smooth and complex, hand picked and processed. Small batches!

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